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Jfitortft swarf wi ni l" i FIFTEENTH YEAR. Hniimri nt iUiw. ' xTWnn Tov. k flUTPbrVmJ iomvnroVf Titan '"'lonn' ''''' 1 tfUftlJl rilAllXi, JCiDIVilOIWl, lUJiOLfiil1, OUiaTilHDMV '0, LOW. i - 1 1; ;v. m .jii n'f NO. TO. k 1. ii, i1 r. -.ii , i i rf' , , , , u II t I 1 r 3 if ww W'lif w ww wm iitf stadfery WAGONS: Woodtr)at)see WiijcliYiiiis, Carriages, Buggies, Road Wagons, Carts, Spring Wagons, Latest Styles and Best Quality for the Price, BARB' WIRE AND STAPLES, pniTinwA t :nA pumps, pipes and fittings, A complete Line BALE TIES, MACHINE OIL, AXLE GREASE. Locust St., North Platte, Neb. juiUiiijiiUijuaiiuiUiuuiiiiiiuiUiiiiiiUiiiiuiUiiiiiimii 111 I ! 1 Mk P til J.t . in ill A t Jf.V.U.1 .-T.H tif TV? TTT TTf VTT TT1 XXI 1 T 1 kia A it Tt r r "A vL" "X "X" W "X" X M" t. t t J tTi iTt itTi ' STREITZ' SEDUCTIVE SODfl U M. Vt. 4 .i i When the Mercury 2 Reaves 100 ,X Just remember thtit Davis the Hardware Man carries a of hot weather specialties 2 Refrigerators, which will use the least ice and keep the coolest of anyi Icecream Freezers, Wire Jfc Netting nd Screen Doors, all grades of Ho?e, 9 f. and every conceivable !f Sprinkler. All at prices etbook. O, IDDING8 Ij-amToer, Coal Yards and Elevators at North Platte, Neb., . Sutherland, Neb., Juleaburg, Colorado. NORTH FLATTE MILLS, " (C. P. IDDINQS.) Manufacturer of HIGH AND MEDIUM GRADE FLOUR BRAN AND OHOP PEED. Order by telephone from Newton's Book Store. N. McCABE. Proprlotor. North Platte Drugs and Druggists' Sundries. We aim to handle the best grades of goods Sell everything at" reasonable prices, and . warrant all goods to be just as represented. f(.- All Prooorlptlons Carefully Flllod by a Llcensod Phnrmaolst. Orders from the country and along the line of the Union Pacific Railway is respectfully solicited. First door north of FirBt National Bank. iff mm mmWnm 3 5 3 3 3 2 i 3 JOS. HERSHEY. The Sibilant Sizzle of SatisfyitiE and Stomach Soothing i5 variety of Nozzle and to suit the average pock- 2 X-i- DAVIS. f J. E. BUSH, Monaster. !j Pharmacy. J A Bjlddon Death. -Mrs. J. Q. Wilcox tlicd .at the; home of her parents. 'Mr., hod MrB; P. J. Gilman; shortly aftct1 sevdn o'clock Saturday cvcning froul sotrle; affectioh of the. heart. Death catriq very unexpectedly, the spirit taking its flight While the body rcpoRcdln sleep, and without the kfQWlp(!4 of those in the rppnv Mi's. Wilcox was first taken ill about a, mouth ago, but at Ad 'time w(is her, con dition considered serious, and thai t)ic icy hand of death' wus so' sbou to be laid Upon her was foreign to the thoughts of the family, tier death, coming so unexpectedly, was therefore all the. more Borrowfui to the family and the husband. Mrs. Wilcox was born iu North Platte November 30, 187G, and had' resided here since her birth. She was a young woman of exemplary character and by her kindness arid goodness won a large circle of friends. Identifying herself earlv in life with the Enisconal church. she took a great interest iu church' work, and especially, the Sunday school. On the 4th ot la,st June the deceased was united in marriage to 1. Q. Wilcox, a Union that proved exccptibnally agreeable and the hpme lifp, of . the. couple 'was onfc? of unalloyed happineps,. The sudden breaking asunder of that happiness by the rude hand of death shadows the young husband Under a cloud of deepest sorrow, a cloud wh6sc only- stiver lining is that the lbVed wife has gone to claim the f'ew.ard. for her good Works upon earth. The funeral was- held at,, e Episcopal church yesterday aftcr npoh, conducted by Rev. Mr; Cakes of Sidney, the resident rector tefng absent on ! vacation.; Many jloral offerings from' the Daughters of tlie King? the choir, arid individuals were placed on the casket and in the, chancel. The sympathy of Our entire peo ple go out tb the husband and the family. A Washington dispatch in yester day's Bee.sayB; George EJProsBer, who has. ,bcen filling a temporary clerk's position in the register and, receiver's office at North Platte has, been continued iu his pdsitlon for three months longer. Commis sioner Hermann of the general laud office has also indicated to the of ficers, of the land office at North I Platte, Messrs. Bacon and French, that on their showing a permanent clerkship will be granted the North Platte office. According to the re port of Receiver Bacon the office 1b one of the busiest in Nebraska; that they have 17(000 homestead entries to take care of in addition to some 1,500 reservoir site entries and that the office has upward of 100 contests pending, which require the most careful attention. Clerk ships in the land office arc under the civil service and the commisuioui will be called upon for a list of cligibles, Should it transpire that there is not an eligible register, Mr. Prosser will be designated temporarily until he has had an opportunity to take the examina tion provided by the Civil Service commission. The Potato Growers Association of Lexington is building a 50,000 bushel cold storage warehouse. Take iu the great Ak SarDen pa rade at Omaha. Tickets on sale at U. P. office $ept. 36th and 27th. Only five dollars for round trip. BECOMING A MOTHER. A Buro Way to Avoid Danger. Every truo woman wnnts to bo a mother. A Imby is thodrcnm of her lifo tho crowning glory of womanhood iruo jiuppineKd can never w Known without tho blessings a child brlnKB. Yet tho ordeal through which nil mothers must pass iu m full of pain, anxiety nnd fear, that many n young lifo is sacrificed becuusoof tlio inability to undergo tho utrugL'laof childbirth. It is not neccHsury to minor in bring ing now. life into tho world. By tho uso of "Mother's Friend," tho buffer ing and danger can bo avoided, and tho hour robbed of its droud and pain. This remedy is praised by thoimands who havo tested it. Every woman is anxious to learn how to avoid tlio pain and Buttering which may bo in storo for her. Tho littlo book, "Hefore Baby Is Born," will bo sent free to any address upon application to tho Brad Held Regulator Co., Atlanta, Georgia, County News. $ Betwoori tho River. t? Mr. and Mrs. Sevc Albro arc m joicjngj'pvcf tht arrival a. fitw 'days ago, of .a, nhe pound, boy, Wray and Jay Stuartj .Everett Dj.clilriBon. and Irving VanDorrtit came Vp from North, PlaUeon theit1 wheels Sunday and spent part pf thodaya.t N.B..,Spurxiqr'a eating watermelons And having a good tunc with the oo) North Platte and, lilcrshey, 4r now 'connected, by telephony an im pr'ovembnt that will be appreciated by nialiV hedple' at botU ends of the rne. , , ... , A large herd of wesfernj cattlt passed down the line Sunday after noon. , Several, hundred, Ihcaclj of , sVeep from the west were herded near Hershey over Sunday, . Agent .Spear1, of He'rshey, at, icriile.d li ciUertM'utucnt at North P,latte..$atur(jay, evening, W. .A., Paxton of Omaha, shipped in Si -train load of western cnttlh last' wcck.(! j a'jri.f tilcm . were un loaded, at Qgalqlla, for the Keystone ranch and' the remainder at Hersh cy f6r his rai'ndll near thnV place. V. C. Elder and H, S. Ridgely were shaking hands with friends up this way .SatUrdayi Mrs.- G.' E.- Spear-has' been viBit ngrcla'tiVps iri Garfield for a week or so past Dick FunkuouBcr, who has been seriously ill for the past two weeks, Is ferioijted on the mend at this timp. pr, p.qnnis, of North Platte, is attending him. We understand that Geo, Rafair has afied' tlie Newberry farm and Mr. pwberry, apd family will rc turndo McPhcrson county. ttungerfo'rd '& tbker'liave moved their hay camp up west of Nichols, ,but. they .are balipg east of Nichols and loading there at thiB time, The third crop of alfalfa in the valley is, !beng harvested at this Mmp for hay. It is more .than an average crop. Several irom this locality went to Denver Sunday morning. Air. and Mrs. D A. Brown, of the county seat, spent the latter part Pf last week in this vicinity. Those whd attended the da.nce at the Hershey hotel Friday evening report a very pleasant time. The relatives of the late T. W. Anderson, of Nichols, hereby ten der their sincere thanks to all those who so kindly assisted them during his illness and at the funeral. The members of the Methodist church upthiBway are all hiirhlv pleased over the return of Rev. Ran dolph to this circuit. We understand that a combined lunch counter and confectionery store wH' soon be opened at Hereh- The fusionists in this section are keeping very quiet. Their ticket, gotten up by the riugstcrs, is a bit ter dose for the "common people," and' many of them have aB yet only got it half way down and there ii, haugs fire. They are all well aware' of the fact that the record of a number of their candidates, in the past has not been the biist and they undoubtedly think tliat by bo doing the opposition will not expose them to the public. This week will wind up thresh ing and baying for this season in the valley. The withdrawal of M. C, Ilarring. ton liom the congressional race will make no votes for "Billy" Ne ville up this way. rtcv. iUMinoipii win .meet tits re gular appointment at Hershey next. Sunday a.m. at the usual hour. W. E. Nason and family except , one son, departed Monday by teani6 Union county, Iown, where they .expect to reside in the future. i-S A 11 . i vuru in wic vancy is maturing in , fine shape. , J. B. Toillion, Jr., overseer of the highway in Nichols precinct has a gang of men at work repairing' the road at this time. The grain elevator at Herahey is I kept busy these days shifting New Goods Never in tho history of this busi ness have we endoavored to do so much for our customers hci we are doing this month in the way of saving them money. Come in and compare prices with what you havo been paying. There's no doubt in our mind but what you will decide that this is the plaqe to trade. Every article- is thoroughly reliable in quality, a? i g S. RICHARDS. ....,,:( iUiiumiuiiiiuiiiiiauuiUJiifiiiiiiaiiuuiiiiiiiUiUiUiUiUR grain .from the pit up into the cars. Archie Anderson expounded the gospel to a fair sized audience at the Nichols school house Sunday evening. Joe Bush, of North Platte, demo pop nominee for county clerk was looking alter his political fences up this way Monday. Neighborhood News. A carload of apples were sold ut Broken Bow last week at eighty cents per bushel. The third crop of alfalfa is most ly in the stack in the western part of the stale and the fourth crop will be cut in many instances. A violent wind Btorm struck Lex ington the other evening and whirled dry goodB boxes over the streets in a promiscuous manner, breaking several plate glass win dows. ' The street fair at Lexington opened yesterday and will continue all the week. The program for the week is an attractive one, and the attendance promises to be very arge. Twenty-four thousand pounds of freight for the local merchants were unloaded at Sidney one day. last week, an indication that the merchants of that town are doing business. C. H. Balliuger, of Lexington, received last week by express dU rect from England an exceptionally fine Shropshire buck. Mr, Ball iuger makes a specialty of breed ing fine sheep. Rev, J. II. Derrebcrry and Miss Mary Chappell were united in marriage at Arnold laBt Wednes day. The groom is well known iu Lincoln county, having been (stationed at several points iu years past. The republicans of Cheyenne county have nominated the follow ing ticket: Treasurer, J. Neu- bauer; clerk, J. E. Trinniur; Hheriff, 1 II. King; superintendent, O. D. Lyons; judge, A. Solomonson; surveyor, R. II. Willis Coroner, W. l Bassctt; commissioner, A. Pease. Ueuts tho Klondylto. Mr. A. O. Thomas, of Marysvillo, Tox. has found a more a moro valuablu dls covory than has yet boon mado in tho Klondyko. Foryeors ho suffored untold ngony from consumption, accompnnlod by homorrhQuea: and wan absolutely ourol by Dr, KlngV New Discovory for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. He declares that gold (tsulf in of littlo value in comparison with this marvolous curo; would havo It, oven if it cost n hundred dollars n bottle. Asthma, Bronchitis and all throat and lung affections nro positively cured by Dr. King's Now Dis covery for Consumption, Trial hottlos freo at A. P. Stroitz'B Drug Store. Itog- uiar Biro uu ois. nnu n,w, wvery bot tlb gmtrantefld, ot monoy rofondod. 2 THE FAIR.! 3 MIbs Viola Horlockcr, charged With having attempted the life of MrB. Morey, of HastingB, by send ing heV a box of poisoned candy, arrived at Hastings Sunday from the sanitarium at Jacksonville, 111., md yesterday gave a now. botfd of five thousand dollars, The case will go oyer to the December term of court. Catarrh Cannot be Onred ;m with LOCAL APPLIOATIOtisss they oannot ronoh'th6 Boat of tho dlBoaao. Catarrh is n blood or constitutional dls mho, and In order to euro It vou muBt ko Internal remedies. IlnllV Catarrh Curo is tnkon Internally, and actadirootly on tho blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Curo is not n qulolt modloino. liwaH prescribod by ono of tho best (ihyalohms in this country for years, and a a regular proscription. It Is composod )l tho host tonicB known, comblnod with tho bopt blood pu fillers, noting dlrootly jn tho mucous surfaces. Tho porfoot somblnatfon of tho two ingrodionta is what producon suoh wondorfuL results In Miring Catarrh. Bond for testimonials, croo. P. J. CHENEY & CO. Prone., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, prlco tCo. Hall'a Family PMls nro tho oost. 12 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 0. V. BEDELL, PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON. Oillcoa: North Platto Natioilol Bank nu uuing, worth Platto, Neb. Jjl P. DENNIS, M. D., HOMOEOPATHIST, Over Flrnt Nolionsl Bank, NOllTH PLATTE, ' . . NEnilABKA. D U. ANNA PEOKIIAM- Ollloo Cor. Looust nnd Oth-Bta. Spoml attention to diseases of womn nnd children. jg E.NORTHRUP, DENTIST. Office over Modol. Clothing Store. NORTH PLATTE, NEB. H. S. RIDQELY, ATTORNE Y-AT-L A W . Ofllco in Hlnman Block, Dewey atroot. NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA F. H, KDMOMDS. J, M. OALHOUN. Edmonds & Oalhoun, LAW AND COLLECTIONS. Over l'ostonicc, NOHTII I'LA'IITJ, NEH, jyiLCOX & nALLIGAN, ATT0IINKY8-AT.LAW, NOHTII I'LATTK, - . NEUBASKa Office over North Platto National llauk. J, 8. HOAOLAND. W, V. HOAOLANI). Hoagland& Hoagland. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS Officii orer McUonnld'a llauk, NOHTII I'LATTE, NED, rp O. PATTERSON, Ofllco over Yollow Frorit'SL6 fetotB NOItTlI PLATTE, NEB. 53 'iU